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just saw arrive at sfo in the last 15 minutes. >>> mornings on 2 starts now. >> complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning, everybody. it is thursday july 11th. i'm brian flores. >> i'm tori campbell. dave clark has the day off. let's look at weather and traffic. a little cooler today ? >> definitely. no doubt about it. we have a big fog bank out there. many inland locations already dealing with fog. there's probably a westerly breeze. 60s, 70s, 80s inland. >> steve, good morning. westbound 24 between walnut creek and oakland, walnut creek and the tunnel, traffic is looking good. also the morning commute is going to be okay if you are at the bay bridge toll plaza or the san mateo bridge. we have trouble on 880. we'll get to that straight ahead hchlt back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. we are continuing to follow developing news out of oakland where police are searching for a missing girl. an amber alert has been issued for 21 months old. take a look at this picture. she has dark curly hair. last seen wearing orange pajamas with pink
knows anything about this case. >> cleanup crews at sfo have begun picking up the pieces after the crash of asiana flight 214. they are removing small feeses of debris that -- pieces of debris that are not needed for the investigation. reboarded their buses.. and returned to their burlingame hotel. >> after about 20 minutes, this group reboarded the buses and returned to their hotel. >>> we've already heard about the delay in evacuating the plane. but tonight, we're learning more about how long passengers had to wait for help. joe vasquez has some of their 911 calls. >> reporter: as you might imagine, operators were inundated with calls out here saturday morning. perhaps the most striking, from passengers themselves. >> hello? >> hello. >> we are at the sfo international airport, and we just got in a plane crash. there are a lot of people that need help. is there anyway that -- an ambulance can be sent? >> you with a lot of the ambulances there? >> they are not. we have people over here who weren't found, and they're burned really badly! >> reporter: the passengers grow more emotional.
and a boeing 777 at sfo. he was controlling the plane from the left-hand seat in the cockpit. the trainee pilot, was assisting with the landing, was in the right hand seat, there was also a relief pilot in the cockpit jump seat and a fourth pilot seated in the plane's cabin. the training promises that as the plane descended towards runway 28 left, the crew said the planes off the throttle to the required air speed. all that-but moments later, the pilots realize that the plane was to look that-to low and traveling to slow. they attempted to correct the problem by throttling up but by then it was too late. the landing gear and tell of the plane struck the seawall, the aircraft broke apart and skidded down the freeway. >>anny: a media frenzy written and san francisco international airport when the president and ceo of asiana airlines are arrived yesterday afternoon. a swarm of reporters and camera crews around it--surrounded yoon-young-doo at sfo, yet we question them about the democrats a flight to 14. he's here to serve the damage of the crash and top with pecans. a career and he tried to make a
of the victims of the asiana airlines plane crashed arrived in sfo last night. they were eager to be reunited with their loved ones is survive. as the families of the two chinese teens were killed in the crash, they were among those traveling. a passenger tells us those parents are privately escorted off their flight after arriving at the airport. >> they were privately escorted on before we were even allowed on the flight. we did not know who they were. when they got off the flight here, prior to disembarking they were escorted out of the back of the plane down the staircase on the tarmac into two buses. that was it. >> the two girls were from the same province in china. they are part of a larger group of 28 students headed to a summer church camp near las angeles. asiana president apologized to family members of the two chinese victims died in the plane crashed during a stopover at the seoul airport. one of the fathers is visibly disappointed in as ceo, you did see him talking to the ceo and is video. he told them he was dissatisfied with the ceos and handling of the disaster. >> will tran
was released by the ntsb last night to sfo authorities. all the debris now must be cleared and the pavement repaired before it reopens. as for the burnt-out fuselage of asiana flight 214, that will remain for at least the next few days before being taken apart and stored here in the bay area. >> we're still working in the infield in the grassy area on the airplane, documenting the internal cabin area. we have over 300 seats to document. we're about halfway through. >> reporter: we are learning more about what happened inside the cockpit minutes before the crash. 46-year-old pilot lee kuk told investigators he saw a flash of bright light just moments before his approach at sfo. >> we asked him questions about it. was it a laser? he said no. we asked him about whether it could have been a reflection. they asked him if he could still see. he told our investigators that, yes, he could still see. he looked back in the cockpit. he could see the instruments. >> reporter: tapes of the dramatic 911 calls were also released. passengers on the tarmac frantically calling for help. >> okay, where at the
a flight attendant. not to evacuate passengers from the asiana airlines flight that crash landed at s-f-o. the national transportation safety board said, people did not begin evacuating the aircraft until 90 seconds later, when a fire erupted. occurred as the pilot checked with the tower at the airport. kron 4's charles clifford reports. as the n-t-s-b continues the crash.survivors were able to return to the scene just four days after terrifying accident. this is video with our helicopter partnership with a-b-c 7 news. in it you can see charter buses arriving at the scene and the survivors out on the tarmac observing the wreckage. it is unclear what they were doing although they were accompanied by n-t-s-b agents. while the pilots and crew are under investigation, some of the flight attendants came out publicly to speak at a news conference yesterday. six of the twelve who were on board agreed to speak, but several were overwhelemed by tears. six other attendants remain in the hospital. some of the attendants helped passengers get off passengers could get off the plane. among those injure
was taken from his suv yesterday morning. >>> survivors of saturday's sfo accident returned to the crash site last night to honor the victims. a dozen survivors are still in the hospital. five of them are in critical condition. >>> san francisco police arrested two girls for an alleged attack on a muni bus last month. a woman was punched and her purses were stolen. an anonymous tip helped catch the suspect. stay with us, traffic and weather in just a moment. >>> good morning. we have a crash clearing from the right lanes. right before the san mateo bridge toll plaza. so that's improving. unfortunately, it's still stacked up to at least hesperian. everyone is fine across the flat section of the bridge. live look at the bay bridge toll plaza still stacked up into the macarthur maze and the metering lights remain on. that is traffic. for your latest forecast, here's lawrence. >> we have a lot of clouds around the bay area this morning even surging into some of the valleys overlooking san jose right now. we have mostly cloudy skies. and it's going t
will have the latest investigation details. travelers sfo are still facing delays of more than two hours at the asiana flight 214 crash. we'll hear from the ntsb spokeswoman and tell you when the red plane could be cleared. the jury in a murder trial of the george zimmerman could begin deliberating as closing arguments are heard today. we will have the latest from florida. u (male announcer) live from the bay area here is your kron 4 news >> top stories we're following for you on this thursday july 11th, an amber alert remains in effect nearly 24 hours after a toddler was reportedly taken. kidnapped from st be in oakland. we will tell you how the fbi is joining in on this search. >> height by reporting an airplane crash at s f o. >> an airplane crash at as at all? >> yes. >> colors ranging from people whose off from a distance of two people were actually on the flight itself. we will have a full report coming up in just a minute. >> 1 01 southbound, three lanes of shutdown, traffic is already back that beyond mill valley closing in on the tip round turn off and the southbound direction.
by piece and repairing the runway at sfo. >>> also the grandfather of a missing toddler in oakland wants to keep the focus on finding her separate charges. where the investigation is heading, we'll let you know this morning. >>> arrested for crimes he's supposed to be fighting. the charges against a san jose police officer and how his colleagues are reacting. >>> right now a live look outside, an early morning shot of your bay bridge out there.
appeared to be a fire at the site of the asiana wreckage at sfo. firefighters arriving on the scene. thick smoke could be seen. abc7 news is told it was not a heavy, just heavy smoke caused by metal friction as crews cut the plane into smaller pieces. the runway is set to reopen on sunday. >>> here's leyla with a check on the morning commute. >> all right, eric. 101 back to normal making the drive out of mill valley into sausalito all due to an earlier accident. as we take a look at ace train, the number 3 train is still delayed about ten minutes from fremont to san jose. eric? >> thank you very m >>> welcome back. temperatures in the 50s this morning, most of us gray except for the east bay and the south bay, the valleys there. temperatures are going to be around 4 to 10 degrees cooler because of the cloud cover. ♪ >>> look at that crowd at central park. the rain held off. for now. they don't care. they're here to see one republic. they waited all night long to see this. and our party bus here in times square, all ready to roll, as well. the bus has to come back and pick up some more. a
the pilots of flight 214 saw as they approached runway 2=8 left at sfo on saturday. >> pam: switches and controls. here are the yokes used to control the aircraft. the pilots where they are, right in front of them are and airspeed. >> the flight crew told the flight attendant not to initiate an evacuation they were communicating with the tower about the emergency. the lead of the cabin manager made an announcement over the peak a for people to stay in their seats. and to not evacuate. and passenger stayed put for 90 seconds. >> reporter: that's when the evacuation began, the ntsb investigation is also investigating the types of automation and i were engaged in how they were engaged just minutes before the crash. to see it that play in a role of how the airplane was flying low or too too slow. >> when need to understand what those moles were if there were commanded by the pilots and activated in the pertly. if the pilots understood what the molds were doing. >> reporter: even if automation is to blame for the slow speed ntsb the all states that ultimately is still lies with the pilot.
. in south san francisco, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> it was an eerie sight at sfo as investigators worked at the scene of the plane crash. today's flight 214 came in for a landing. as it touched down at 11:23 a.m., the jet passed right by the wreckage of the plane that crashed on saturday. flight 214 has been arriving from south korea on the regular schedule ever since that crash. >>> we have obtained never before seen photos taken moments after the crash. we are told that in this picture people were still on that plane when this shot was taken. the shoots you can see are deployed. some of the motor vehicle just beginning to come out particularly from the front section of the plane. here is a look at the run way. you can see the debris scattered all over. in the distance you can see the plane's landing gear. the of parts of the plane are on the right side of the screen may have come from the tail section. this is a closer view of that debris field. again, pretty big pieces, possibly chunks from the tail. the run way is also covered from the debris up and down. you see in the background, u
of flight 214 at sfo. they released them to come in and start clearing debris. crews removed several large pieces from the runway including part of an engine. ntsb plans a news conference this afternoon. leyla gullin with the commute. >> the road is blocked due to an overturned truck. there is a party trapped and reportedly unresponsive. this crash involving a motorcycle was cleared. down to 25 miles per hour, down to 10 miles per hour with back-up extending out. >>> good morning. here is a look at our current conditions. most of us in the 50s with cloudy conditions, a little warmer at 60. two hour 40 minute arrival delays in sfo. about the same as it should be in the east bay, everybody else 3 to 10 degrees cooler. this cooler than average weather hangs around to tomorrow. >>> where is she right now? >> she's in the house. and i'm downstairs in the basement. >> has she threatened you with that gun? >> yes. >> that's former mets pitcher kris benson. he is in the process of divorce. she breaks into the house with a buff let -- bullet proof vest with a gun. we have more on this story. >> it'
dramatic but surreal. imagine calling 911 saying i'm on the runway at sfo, we just crashed and the operator says which runway were you on? the guy had no idea what he was talking about, this as we learn about what was happening in the cockpit seconds before the crash. >> i just got in a plane crash and there are a lot of people that need help. >> we have people over here who weren't found and they're burned really badly. >> reporter: a chilling description of the dramatic scene as passengers escaped the burning aircraft in a desperate plea for emergency medical assistance. >> we've been on the ground i don't know, 20 minutes, a half hour, there are people laying on the tarmac with critical injuries, head injuries. we're almost losing one here, we're trying to keep her alive. >> reporter: and a somber moment on the runway, family members of the two girls who died and others injured on asiana flight 214 visit the crash scene. and for the first time, six members of the asiana flight crew make a stand of solidarity. with six of their colleagues still in the hospital, emotion and anguish is writ
fog hanging out over sfo, flight delays will linger through 10 a.m. cooler temps today by three to five degrees, get into this upcoming weekend, looking really comfortable for all your outdoor plans. temperature-wise today, expecting plenty of 70s throughout the bay, mid-80s for livermore, 83 today in concord. all right, let's talk about the weekend, just around the corner now and we are going to stay steady with the 80s, not too hot and no triple digits anywhere in sight. let's check your drive. good morning, mike. >>> good morning. good morning. hey, here's the bay bridge toll plaza. you know, things are really lightning up right now, as far as the traffic flow, clouds christina is talking b here the cash lanes, fast track, no problem, smooth approach out of the maze. the eastshore freeway shows a good show of traffic, nice, pleasant drive, upper 50s at their worst, coming underneath the university avenue overcrossing. here southbound, still a good volume of traffic but things finally sorted out from the waldo tunnel, golden gate bridge, low clouds into the problem. >> be back
in no small part to the many heroes of that day. crew, fellow passengers, valiant first responders, s.f.o. staff, all -- everyone who evacuated the plane, even when fire was burning in the fuselage. the crew members who carried a young passenger off the plane on their back because he was too frightened to escape, the firefighters and san francisco police officer who was wear nothing protective gear, who entered the plane and helped four passengers escape, including one who was trapped. it was nothing short of who are owic and remarkable -- of heroic and remarkable. this crash is a remind that are we need never stop to focus on safety. thankfully the national transportation safety board, under the leadership of chairman deborah hersman, is there to fully investigate and determine what happened. mr. speaker, this was a horrible tragedy but we have much to be thankful for. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlewoman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentleman from california -- colorado seek recognition? without objection, the gentleman from colorado is recognized for
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